Ofcom has drafted new rules meant to speed up the roll-out of full-fibre broadband and halve the upfront costs of laying ultraspeed cables across the country.

New figures show a scheme aiming to significantly decrease youth unemployment in Norwich is making progress.

An insurance broker has announced it will be supporting the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) for the next three years.

A payments technology start-up has hit its £300,000 funding target having won backing from experienced members of the industry.

Insurance giant Aviva has sold its remaining stakes in two Spanish businesses for 202m euro (£178m).

The dreams of an ambitious community group are a step closer to becoming a reality after contracts were exchanged for the acquisition of their town’s former hospital.

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has reported its first profit in a decade.

The amount of free overtime put in by workers last year was worth over £31bn, according to a new study.

Despite a tough climate for the construction industry the East Anglian arms of a national builder have hailed strong performances off the back of multi-million pound projects.

The future of an alternative music venue in Norwich city centre has been cast in doubt for the second time in two years.

An electrical goods supplier has expanded its Midlands base with a substantial investment in a new premises.

An MP representing Norfolk parishes and towns set to be affected by the construction of two giant wind farms off the county’s coast has expressed delight with recent decisions taken by the firm behind the proposals.

Landowners on the cable route for a major offshore wind farm are celebrating the energy firm’s decision to pursue a transmission option which would halve the corridor width and remove the need for onshore relay stations.

Countryside campaigners have welcomed decisions by the energy firm proposing to build two giant wind farms off the Norfolk coast which it says will reduce the impact on the environment.

A Suffolk family-owned care home group said it was “hugely proud” after inspectors rated two of its homes ‘outstanding’ in the space of six months.

Another retailer could be set to disappear from the high street with stores at Great Yarmouth and Norwich at risk of the axe.

Chapelfield grew in value by £9.6m last year, according to joint-owner Intu Properties.

Families on the lower end of the pay spectrum are facing three years of stagnant living standards – which could lead to the first sustained rise in inequality in 30 years, a new report has warned.

Thousands of UK jobs are at risk as British Gas owner Centrica looks to axe a further 4,000 roles under a ramped-up efficiency programme following a 17% drop in annual profits.

A group of business leaders is encouraging bosses to talent-spot within Norfolk.

The fall-out from the failure of Norfolk boat-builder Oyster Yachts has begun to spread to companies in its supply chain, say advisers who have been supporting workers affected.

The East of England racked up one of the highest totals of undeclared taxable income in the last year, a new study shows.

People in the East of England are the least likely to be struggling to pay off their credit card balance, with most paying in full each month, according to a credit information provider.

Busting the image of “sleepy” Norfolk and showcasing the “dynamism” of our county’s economy will be the goal of its business community during a day of celebration.

The deadline to have your say on the state of the tourism and leisure industry in East Anglia has been extended.

Do you want to learn how to make your company a better place to work, improve its productivity, and help it become more appealing to new recruits?

A regional law firm has been commended for its work to help tackle youth unemployment in Norwich.

Unemployment saw the sharpest rise in nearly five years despite there being fewer people neither working nor looking for a job.

A group of international experts have warned that rogue states and terrorists could turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to destabilise the world.

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has revealed it will end all training activities within three years, with a union raising fears the move could leave a skills “black hole”.

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